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on global sectors. i think we are going to see an asia-pacific-, china-driven market that we haven't seen in five years. and i see i.t., which is beaten down right now, but i would take a position in. i see industrials, which have good global exposure as a stock area that would put some money toward. and i think materials, the big material companies that have been beaten down by the china slowdown, are coming back. > a lot of people, i have been reading on the emerging market, they are saying if you don't have positions in emerging- market companies, you are going to be missing the boat, because a lot of upward growth potential lies there. > > it is true, but i would say that there is also emerging market debt, corporate debt, in companies like this, or sovereign debt in emerging markets is another place to look. i think there's a lot of tools to put money to work in the emerging markets, and i think people should use all of them. > what kind of balance do you think for a diversified portfolio should people be considering in this mix of different kinds of sectors? > > they certainly shoul
this morning. overnight the asian markets closed with gains as well. after china's leaders -- shanghai composite jumped almost 3%. all the other markets finished the day up but with less spectacular gains. checking in on our numbers. the futures right now indicate a pretty good opening for the dow. nasdaq and s & p 500 across the board all slipping a bit yesterday. and again the nasdaq starts today just below 3,000. all of them testing important levels there. starbucks offering a limited edition gift card. the $450 super premium card is good for just $400 worth of coffee and baked goods. the other $50 covers the cost to make the specially etched card. if you want to buy one you have to go to the luxury goods website guilt.com. >> i'm just going to use yours. i can't afford it. >> sure i got a few. >>> a san francisco dog napping case finally over. >> just like the worst nightmare imaginable. >> how neighbors help a severely ill man get his precious dog back. >>> a giant return. the world series champs resign a clutch hitter. how much he will be paid and what sealed the deal. [ laughter
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